Deputy City Manager Organization: City of Dayton, Ohio
Dayton is a Midwestern city in southwestern Ohio, located centrally in the American heartland. The Greater Dayton population of approximately is 850,000 residents.Dayton offers many family-oriented, warm and friendly communities, parks, golf courses and bike paths, in addition to valued cultural resources such as the downtown Schuster Center and twelve historic districts that include the Oregon District, where many original buildings still stand and is known as a popular destination for cultural centers and vibrant shopping, dining and nightlife.
City Manager Organization: City of Americus, Georgia
Americus, Georgia is located in Sumter County in southwest Georgia 132 miles from Atlanta and nine miles from Plains, the home of America's 39th President and Nobel Peace Prize Laureate, Jimmy Carter.
City Manager Organization: City of Dothan, Alabama
The City of Dothan is located in the Southeastern part of the State of Alabama approximately 20 miles west of the State of Georgia and 18 miles north of the State of Florida. The City is a rapidly growing and thriving community built around the landmarks of its past. Although it is the center for recreation, business, industry, agriculture, healthcare and retail trade in the area, Dothan offers the charm and friendliness of the Deep South. Proclaimed “Peanut Capital of the World,” Dothan has become a melting pot due to its friendly atmosphere and southern hospitality.
Director of Community Development Organization: City of Milton, Georgia
The City of Milton is a distinctive community that embraces small-town life and heritage while preserving and enhancing the city’s rural character. Located at the northern tip of Fulton County, Milton, incorporated in 2006, is one of the northern metro Atlanta area’s newest cities. The City has been recognized nationally for its high quality of life and was recently ranked the second safest city in the State of Georgia.
Economic Development Director Organization: Gro Marshfield
Marshfield, Missouri is the County seat of Webster County and is located in beautiful Ozark region of southwest Missouri. Over the past few years, Webster County has been the second fastest growing county in the State of Missouri and the Marshfield community is helping to lead this growth due to its location on I-44, available rail service and its close proximity to the growing greater Springfield metropolitan area.
City Administrator Organization: City of Georgetown, South Carolina
Georgetown was founded in 1729 and is South Carolina’s third oldest city. It is located on Winyah Bay approximately eight miles inland from the Atlantic Ocean and at the confluence of the Sampit, Black, Pee Dee, and Waccamaw Rivers. Nestled conveniently between Charleston and Myrtle Beach, Georgetown offers something for everyone including shopping, dining, nightlife, magnificent historic local architecture, water sports, recreation or simply exploring this beautiful town.
Village Manager Organization: Village of Brookfield, Illinois
Brookfield’s attributes include its convenient location, just 13 miles from the Chicago Loop, with multiple train stops that provide riders with a less than 30 minute travel time to downtown Chicago; thriving local businesses; award-winning schools; excellent restaurants; and welcoming neighborhoods.
Fire Chief Organization: City of Pleasant Hill, Iowa
Pleasant Hill, Iowa is a young, vibrant, and growing community of nearly 10,000 residents. Part of the thriving Greater Des Moines area with a population of almost 600,000, Pleasant Hill is the closest suburb to downtown Des Moines.
City Manager Organization: City of Shelton, Washington
Located just 25 minutes northwest of Olympia on the shores of Oakland Bay at the southernmost tip of Puget Sound, Shelton covers 6.11 square miles and has approximately 10,700 residents. Shelton is the only city in Mason County which is one of the fastest growing counties in Washington. The City is rich in history, culture and natural beauty. As you approach Shelton you see quiet harbors and homes along the pristine shoreline and the densely forested hills. While the City has increased in population of late, it has managed to preserve its friendly aura and natural environment.
Wastewater Treatment Plant Superintendent Organization: Town of New Milford, Connecticut
As the largest town in the state, (64 square miles), New Milford offers a broad range of housing options, recreational activities and business locations while retaining working farms and plentiful open space. Close to commercial centers such as Danbury, Stamford, Hartford, White Plains and New York City. New Milford has successfully retained the small-town charm that’s missing from most modern suburbs.
Chief of Police Organization: City of Bridgeport, Connecticut
The City of Bridgeport encompasses 16 square miles with an estimated population of 147,000. Located on the northern shore of the Long Island Sound, approximately 60 miles northeast of New York City and 60 miles southwest of Hartford, the City is the crossroads of one of the best land, sea, rail and air transportation systems in the State.
City Manager Organization: City of Flagstaff, AZ
With a growing population of 72,000, Flagstaff is home to Northern Arizona University and the world-famous Lowell Observatory and Museum of Northern Arizona. The community which is nestled at the base of the San Francisco Peaks (elevation 12,633 feet) is surrounded by the Coconino National Forest which is the largest ponderosa pine forest on earth.
Treasure/CFO Organization: City of Stockbridge, GA
The City of Stockbridge, GA is seeking a full-time Treasurer/CFO. Stockbridge is a diverse city of approximately 28,202 residents located 15 minutes south of Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport. Stockbridge is a full service city which employs approximately 70 full-time employees and has a combined operating and capital budget of $22 million.
Deputy Director of Business Operations - Utility Department Organization: City of Fort Smith, Arkansas
Fort Smith is located in western Arkansas on the border of Oklahoma and is the second largest city in the State. The City was incorporated in 1842 and is the County seat for Sebastian County. The City provides a wide array of exceptional quality of life amenities including: world class museums, libraries, performing arts venues, historic landmarks and annual events (many of which attract visitors from around the United States).
Director of Public Works Organization: City of Hartford, CT
Hartford, Connecticut's Capital City, is the heart of a region of a million people and home to diverse, energetic neighborhoods and ambitious companies primarily in the insurance, medical research, and aerospace fields. It's a small city, with all the charm and history of a place first settled in 1636, that's beginning to see a revival with rapid development of the downtown area.
Director of Human Resources Organization: City of Des Plaines, Illinois
The City of Des Plaines, 58,710 pop., covering 15.85 sq. miles, seeks candidates for the position of Director of Community and Economic Development. Des Plaines is a vibrant community of residential, commercial, and industrial uses, located 17 miles from the Chicago Loop and five minutes from O’Hare International Airport.
Executive Director Organization: Seize The Future Development Foundation
Seize the Future Development Foundation (STFDF) is a 501(c)3 economic development corporation responsible to maintain economic vitality and quality of life in Aurora.